City Slang: Pewter Cub album out now

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Bellyache Records has announced that the new Pewter Cub album, If You Can Hold Your Breath, is out now.

According to Bellyache, “Our 33rd release is the 2nd full length release from Pewter Cub and is not one to be overlooked! From Regan Lorie’s beautiful vocals, poignant lyrics & groovy bass-lines to Scott Sanford’s ethereal yet hook- laded guitars to Dave Jenning’s space walking drum beats, “If You Can Hold Your Breath” is 9 well crafted songs from the heart, soul and spiritual beyond of Pewter Cub.”

“Stylistically, their music bridges the gap between such genres as spacey psychedelia, shoegaze, dark pop and even a little soul. That’s not too say it’s all over the place, only that the songs are actually a well blended collaborative effort from its creators own originality and artistic influences. Stand out favorites of ours are “King Baby”, “The Shape”, “If You Can Hold Your Breath” & “Black Music”.”

Sounds great.

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